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to be that way. weweeed to all realize that. [narrator] it's aprililn nevada, d in pyramid lake, the cui-i- fish, tracted by t t flow om the truckee river, art their r awning run. but like fresh water in other parts of ththworlrl the truckee's water has long been fought over and isistill in n spute. e truckee starar in california's highghierras and flowowowwn into the n nada desert. bubuthe water is hotly c ctested from l le tahoe to pyramid lake. this proroamamooks he c cflictingngnterests over this valuable r rource and at the lives ananlililihoods of the p pplee for whom truckee river water is so imimrtant. pyramid lake is the e me of the p pamid lake trtre, paiute indndns known historically as the f fh eaears or cui-ui eaters. [man] this water here, for what it is, to us s s eans more than just watching it flowown the river.r. what m mns more totoss is seeing this water ow into pyramid lake, sesengnghe pelican, seseng the cui-ui, seeingngll thihihihi that's what it meansnstete flowto s s that,lake. to make sure that we can enjoy this habitatata [man]] this is a cui-ui, which h a large lake
voss heads the low earth space exploration team at sierra nevada, one of four privately owned companies in a nasa competition to build a successor to the space shuttle. >> it's very much like the shuttle but much, much, much smaller. >> reporter: dream chaser would be one 40th the shuttle size, a sort of space taxi designed to carry up to seven astronauts, dock with a space station and then return to earth. nasa's helping to fund the companies. sierra nevada got $100 million in seed money. voss, a former nasa astronaut, went on five space missions. >> do you feel any sensation of motion there? >> i did. >> reporter: now he's helping sierra nevada develop a reusable winged spaceship he says will do a better job of returning people and science experiments to earth. >> after six months of the space station, landing gently is much better than landing national guard the capsule and for science return, if we return them to the earth and it's not a gentle landing, we could destroy the science return and it's of no use. >> reporter: but dream chaser's competitors took a very different approach.
degrees, to the east, sierra nevada you can see numerous strikes here closing in a little bit. you'll see south of lake tahoe towards mammoth lakes you can see bolts there. over 500 lightning strikes. if you're traveling this weekend, to the sierra nevada you're going to want to listen to this. there are going to be more storms into weekend. temperatures into 6 ows at beaches and around the bay. inland areas comfortable into 80s, coastal fog locally inland tonight. mild to warm for weekend. high clouds heading in as we head into weechblgtd -- weekend. it's subtropical moisture shifting towards sierra nevada. we're seeing the signs of thunderstorms developing. so tomorrow afternoon, we'll once again see some storms in the seer for the weekend. and again, on sunday. from lake tahoe to yosemite and places like las vegas there, is a possibility of thunderstorms. some of the moisture may move far enough to the west that there is a slight possibility of some showers and thunderstorms developing in san benito county and southern monterey county. very sis is slated and you can get moisture workin
to a report that calls were made on le's cell phone to nevada and arizona after her disappearance. hayward police say they did go to reno to check with le's friends and gathered useful information. the 26-year-old was sent to visit reno when she disappeared may 27th. le's brother tells ktvu an arizona woman sent him a facebook picture saying police had come by. >> i tried contacting her after i heard the news, she hasn't gotten back to me. i tried calling her and she hasn't gotten back with me. >> today investigators said they did contact a woman from arizona but that lead had not been much help. >>> prosecutors say these eight agreed not to bid against each other at auctions in contra costa and alameda counties. prosecutors say investors would hold a private sale among themselves after the private action and sometimes paid others not to bid on properties. >> a new breed of clean up crews is hitting the streets of oakland. only on 2, the men are on a new path helping the cities. >> reporter: there are bottles, food wrappers, papers everyone a hub cap. but you should see less trash thanks
in the nevada desert. the author use of recently declassified documents, on site reporting and interviews numerous people who worked and lived at the base. this is about an hour. >> good evening, everyone. i wanted to thank the commonwealth club for having me, and everyone for being here. it's a real office dream to have a full house for a book speaking if it. and thank you for having me on your show, and also for moderating tonight. and we'll get to some questions because i know people love to ask questions. i certainly do. i wouldn't be here if i didn't have that sense of curiosity, so what i'm going to start with, i'm going to actually read you two paragraphs from my book. but i'm going to set the stage so to speak a little bit first and let you know where area 51 is other than in people's imagination. because it really does exist. and it's located in southern nevada about 75 miles north of las vegas. it's in a much bigger parcel of land that is the largest federally restricted piece of real estate in the united states. it's about the size of connecticut, and it's called the nevada tes
francisco and nevada, starting to spread throughout the world. one thing that is interesting is burners without borders. whei guess you guys had a libray built in new orleans? >> that was on our website. it was very spontaneous. the groups who knew what they needed, because they are doing building -- they do not have any resources. they just went down there to mississippi and started doing things. they ended up rebuilding housing, a buddhist temple that was a block away. joan baez was there that year saying -- she was singing one of her anthems. amazing grace. people started day fund, they started to collect money out there. that was just the beginning. we got a call from somebody asking, is dpw doing this? we said yes. i have $50,000, i will support it. we are a private group. this is not tax deductible. we do not care. and they rebuilt some houses. the problem with most people is they could not even teardown their homes. but this is the burning man twist. i love telling this story. being who they were, the culture, at the end of each day, the landscape was strewn with debris. you have
that calalorora a entitled to a guaranteededhare of the water before it flows into nevada.a.a. that calbut lake tahoeitled to a guhas been theheenterre water of manyy interstate disputes. [man] interstate disputesssover te gogoacac to the 19th centuryy when the first dam was built. engineer r med alexander von schmidt wantededo damm the waters of lake tahoe and sell t tm to san francisco, develop a water developmpmt project t t ake watetewest. later in the 19th century d early 20th cenenry were theherorosals to o ke water from the eastete side throroh a tunnel intotoevadad and use ththwatete for hydrdrlectric power. there was also a proposal ininhe 1930s for a steam shovov to be brought from reno under police guard to actually y y r the lake's natural outlet by the dam. the steam shovel was s ought up. it was met by a sheriff's s sse and vigigintes. the vigilanteses even brought dynamite if that would d d ecessary. happily, it never was.s. they got an injunction againsnscutting the lake's rim lower, and the e e m shovel was removed.d. however, t t m mt significananchange to the truckee riviv's
on social media for possible discounts as well. >>> thanks to a new legislation in nevada googel a self-driving cars are heading to the silver state's highways and byways. nevada' governor is the first governor to be taken for a riled in the self-driving car. governor sandoval of nevada says not only are the cars safe, but he believesser that big economic advantage if google looks to nevada to m the -- manufacture the cars. technology is less than ten years away for freeway driving. >>> making headlines around the nation, they are calling it operation cool down and it's in full effect in columbus, ojai o. they are opening four hydrants to give residents another way to have fun and stay cool. the kid love it. for three hours the hydrants are being turned on at a controlled safe level. operation cool down runs through tomorrow. >>> 49-year-old woman from michigan is dead this morning after a freak accident. police say katherine skidmore was killed in her neighbor's yard after she tripped over a power line that had fallen on a van in the neighbor's yard. she was on her way to let them know
around the country with reporters in two key states: john ralston in nevada, home of senate majority leader harry reid and karen kasler in ohio where speaker john boehner comes from. >> brown: then, margaret warner interviews the new head of the international monetary fund, christine legarde about the debt crisis here and in europe. >> the global economy is clearly highly dependent on the u.s. economy. so to have the lead economy uncertain about its debt ceiling is quite worrisome. >> woodruff: spencer michels updates the story of honey bees dying in large numbers for the last five years. >> a lot of research is taking place in the lab and in the field but the mystery of the disappearing bees remains. >> brown: ray suarez talks to paul farmer about his new book on haiti, still reeling from the massive earthquake and cholera epidemic. >> you can get stuff done in haiti, you work with haitian colleagues and public health authorities, you can get things done. but it does require just gutting it out, sticking with it, and not being discouraged. >> woodruff: plus, we explore the discovery
,000 people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. >>> this is ely, nevada, ely, pronounced ely, not eli, no matter how it's spelled. if you're wondering what's by ely, nevada, not much. it's a stage coach station for the pony express, today it's got tourism, a few thousand people, it's got these bathtub races, and because ely is so isolated, it is really very handy that ely does, at least, have an airport. an adorable airport with two runways and one commercial airline. they also have a jet center offering first-class hospitality even though you are all the way out there in ely, nevada, and in this picture, the ely, nevada, airport is the dog, and the man holding the dog is john micah, republican congressman from florida. congressman john micah and the itty bitty airport in ely, nevada, are in the news today because the faa is due to shutdown on friday. the faa's legislative authority expires this friday, the day after tomorrow. unless congress acts. agency has two days to live, everybody freak out. the reason not to freak out about this is the faa has been this close to sh
not only in utah but throughout most of the mountain west. in california's sierra nevada, the snowbanks were still so high in june, it looked like january n utah more than 65 feet of snow fell this winter at snowbird in utah, a record for the resort. and it's not just skiers who are happy. this is putting smiles on faces hundreds of miles away from here because all this snow becomes a whole lot of water which is great news here at lake meade, america's largest reservoir near las vegas. >> this spring we're going up quite quickly. >> reporter: for gail kaiser whose family owns a marina, it's a refreshing change after more than a decade of drought that left lake meade with half the water it once held. the white ring circling the shore shows how high the water once was. as the level drops, the marina had to be moved again and again to keep boats in the receding water. lake meade created by the hoover dam is important for more than boating. it's a major component of the colorado river system which supplies drinking water to some 20 million people. once all the runoff from the melting mounta
. >>> thanks a lot. >>> the final victim of the amtrak train crash in nevada has been identified. officials say 60-year-old barbara bell of the united kingdom died in the accident. six people were killed when a big rig slammed into the train at a crossing east of reno last month. truck driver is among the victims. n.t.s.b. is working on it with the nevada highway patrol. >> japanese government says it adopted a new set of nuclear safety stress tests. the standards will be used to evaluate conditions at all 54 nuclear plants which normally generate about a third of japan's electricity. 35 plants were shut down as a precaution when the f due due suffered -- fukushima daiichi plant shut down. >> san francisco's japantown pays tribute to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami. ♪ >>> japanese flower offering ceremony remembered the 23,000 victims of the disaster. it was also meant as a reminder there is still a continuing need for support and assistance in japan. >> it's compassion and say prayers like this. and in assistance from all over the world and japan will owe come this disaster. >> the
nevada and the city in arizona from michelle's cell phone. >> i am not aware of any phone calls that were made from the shelves onto those locations. >> reporter: we spoke with investigators today and they confirmed that they did interview a woman. >> i tried calling her and she has not gotten back to me. >> reporter: regardless hayward police say their leads in arizona and nevada were not from michelle's cell phone but information from reno has been helpful. >> i think in between the agony of waiting, it is good to hear progress. >> reporter: they have not given up hope of finding her. >>> in london protesters and police scuffled in the streets as thousands of public employees walked off the job. london police say they have arrested 41 people in the last 24 hours. they are protesting a plan to cut pensions. >>> the dow gained another 152 points today. the nasdaq rose 33. >>> there were unconfirmed reports that federal investigators are looking into how twitter deals with companies that make applications to be used on the messaging service be they say that federal trade commission wants t
including all of nevada and interior sections of california. this green area is actually seeing some rain. temperatures are warm. have monsoonal connection out of mexico this morning. lake halves a u, you have a chance at wet weather. it should dry out later. temperatures will be kept down because of all the clouds. that's good. no one wants the forecast for tomorrow since it's back to work day, but i'm required to give that. >> lots of triple digit temps. 108 vegas, 112 phoenix. >> it's kind of typical. >> i know, summer. >>> how will wall street begin the week ahead? >>> plus mcdonald's plans to power its trucks with leftover oil from fries. your early business headlines are straight ahead. >>> the sound at the box office was actually the sound of the box office records breaking. >>> a walkoff between the mets and yankees. >>> well, good morning and welcome back to "early today," i'm veronica de la cruz, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. two republicans have signaled a potential compromise in the battle over the deficit ceiling. senator john mccain says he's open to
the ordeal survivors of a deadly amtrak collision in nevada had to go through. >> and new allegations to the former head of the imf. he will face them today. >> and the countdown clock begins ticking for friday's ever last shuttle launch. we'll hear from an astronaut that grew up in the bay area. when water doesn't dry, it can leave spots and film. finish jet dry rinse agent removes residue and actively dries dishes, for a brilliant shine straight from the dishwasher. finish jet dry rinse agent. finish. the diamond standard. in the first wash. stain, stain's gone. in the first. first wash. with resolve laundry stain remover you get four times more power. so it's guaranteed to remove tough stains in the first wash. trust resolve. forget stains. hey, i got a leak! yoo hoo! your husband left the seat up again! oh, wait a minute! come on, now. come back! um, miss? up here! right. so those are hard water stains, and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, 85% of us have hard water. you need lime-a-way, the hard water expert. unlike the leading all-purpose cleaner, lime-a-way is speciall
. and we're going see some moisture, circulating right into some of the sierra nevada locations heading into next couple days. because of this, we're expecting thunderstorms this weekend from lake tahoe down towards yosemite and las vegas could see possibility of thunderstorms. and scattered on saturday and sunday. so fur f.you're making plans for weekend keep this in mind. overnight tonight here in the bay area, fog along coast and around the bay. and temperatures into 50s except antioch. 60 degrees. taking a look at highs for friday. they're coming up just a little bit. away from the coastline. 83 degrees in san jess yeah. sunnivale, milpitas, 82 for you. 87 in los gatos. and goits tok a mild day around san mateo. 76 degrees, 80 in menlo park. low to mid-60s near the coastline. you'll see fog again hugging the coast. daily city, gray skies and 62 degrees, welcome to summer in daily city. 66 degrees in downtown. and north bay, you're looking at low 80s for santa rosa and napa. 78 in san rafael. 60s at beaches, east bay communities, 72 oakland. inland areas warm day. you're looking at m
in nevada has been identified. officials say 60-year-old barbara bell of the united kingdom died in the accident. a total of six people died when a big rig slammed into a train at a crossing east of reno. truck driver is among the victims. n.t.s.b. is still working with the nevada highway patrol on that investigation. >>> it's going to be a late work night at the nation's capital where president obama is meeting with congressional leaders. they are trying to head off a national credit crisis. yesterday republicans backed out of a so-called grand bargain that would allow the u.s. treasury to borrow more and avert defaulting on its bills. >>> president obama and congressional leaders are trying to figure out what to do after house speaker john boehner walked away from the beginning of a grand bargain. they showed interested in a $4 trillion budget deal that included tax reform, entitlement reform and deficit reduction. an enormous deal some hoped would reserve the august debt ceiling crisis. >> we have an extraordinary, extraordinary rare opportunity to move forward to make sure ou
of that happening yesterday will repeat itself today. if you are watching us on knrb, reno, nevada, see how this captured end mat feature of nature was captured in his icon irk book in the nevada museum of art. that's your pacific event of the day. >>> thank you, bill. >>> here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. >>> jeopardy host alex trebek apparently doubled as a crime fighter. the 71-year-old snapped his achilles tendon and injured his other leg chasing down a burglar who took cash and a bracelet his mother gave him from his hotel wednesday morning. a 56-year-old woman was later caught and booked for felony burglary and possession of stolen property. >>> tmz reports joe pesci is suing the producers of the upcoming movie about mobster john gotti saying he was signed to play a role in the film for $3 million. he claims he gained 30 pounds to play the character only to have the deal pulled by producers. they claimed it was pesci who tried to back out of the deal. >>> finally, you can't blame one star for going for it. following the recent trend of celebrity invite
the jacket, ridiculous. if you are watching us on news 4 in reno, nevada, discover artists with the cells of the body and the expanse of the universe. that's biology and technology at the nevada museum of art. >>> well, now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. when it comes to this year's mtv video music awards, so far a notorious poor loser is a winner. kanye west notched seven nominations, which means seven chances for him to make news if he loses. katy perry snagged nine nominations to lead this year's field. >>> reports in what could be her sixth time collaborating with johnny depp. helen abonhamme carter could possibly star in "the lone ranger." zach braff's official website was the target of a creative hacker who posted a coming out note claiming to be braff saying he was gay. as of this morning the note was replaced by a promotion of a play written by braff. >>> finally, earlier this week just days after announcing the end of her seven-year marriage to marc anthony, jennifer lopez was reportedly paid $1 million to sing at the lavish wedding of a son of
connected with us on >>> next on c-span, president obama was in las vegas, nevada, last night where he addressed an election rally for senate majority leader harry reid. >> thank you. hello, las vegas. [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, nevada. [ cheers and applaus
tahoe in the mountains and the sierra nevada. this beautiful place that we live. i was a geography major and we learned about land forms and that's what i think about the land forms and what a beautiful place we lived. >>> the picture shows a sailor kissing a nurse. the sculpture was on display this afternoon at the u.s.s. hornet museum. it's in the bay area. the statute will be on display at san francisco's pier 45. >>> the president says it is the single most important step the united states has ever taken to cut our dependence on foreign oil. >>> the search is on for a couple of sea lions what they have wrapped around their necks that has rescuers worried. >>> new at 6:00, these special washing machines could protect firefighters from cancer causing agents and ktvu was there when local firefighters got them a year ago. but hear why a bay area city won't let them use it. >> we're on a search and destroy mission in the delta against one of the most difficult to destroy invasive species. will the new project work? >>> then it cleared the first hurdle today. the plan that could change the
in nevada. his name is dean heller, and because of the quirk in the timing over his sex scandal and when the nevada governor appo t appointed dean heller, because of that, dean heller is the only poor sap on earth who had to vote to kill medicare twice. while he was still in the house, he voted for the plan to kill medicare, then voted again for the same thing again, voting not once, but twice to kill medicare, and he represents a swing state, and this is what dean heller's life is like now. >> this spring congressman dean heller voted to end medicare. then heller was appointed to the senate where he voetded again to leave nevada seniors to the mercy of the private insurance kpaens. now we get to vote on heller's replacement, and for nevada, comes down to one issue, will the -- why would they deserve our vote? >> whether or not you are a sucker for a walking baseline in any ad, i confess, voting for the paul ryan kill medicare budget is so politically potent, what you saw there is that vote being wielded against people who didn't even necessarily vote for it themselves but who might be
. >>> and the steps investigators are going to take to identify the final victim of the fatal amtrak crash in nevada. the 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds. >>> is the obama administration about to crackdown on california medical marijuana clubs? as ktvu's john sasaki reports a new memo from the domedome has licensed cannabis dealers concerned. >> reporter: this plant is targeted by some new federal weed killer. >> indicia is good for people with pain who want to sleep. >> reporter: the justice department issued a memo that says people that are in the business of districting marijuana and those who knowingly timeiate such activities are in violation of the controlled substances act regardless of state law. >> we could always be busted at any time. >> reporter: richard lee is president of oaksterdam university. >> the science is completely in favor of medical marijuana. more and more science has been coming out. more and more people know it works. >> reporter: in the memo, the term "those who knowingly facilitate such activities" cast a large net for prosecutions, including nose who write laws th
. thunderstorms now firing up over the sierra nevada. what does that mean for the weather here this weekend? we'll talk about that coming up. >>> bikini brouhaha? or a big misunderstanding? why this woman says she was unfairly kicked out of a wal- mart. ,,,,,,,,,,,, landfall in texas. but instead of evacuating, texans ar >>> in just a few hours, tropical storm don is expected to make landfall in texas. but instead of evacuating, texans are welcoming this storm because there is a severe drought so people are looking forward to relief. but 50-mile-per-hour winds and maybe 5" of rain are expected. let's go to lawrence and the 5", that's a drop in the bucket. >> yeah. >> for them. >> that's a good start. they are going to need more but just the beginning of the tropical season. hey, folks, got week earned plans? fog is surging onshore. going to see more of that through the evening hours but we have some thunderstorms firing up over the sierra nevada. monsoonal moisture heading up there. yosemite toward lake tahoe, we are expecting thunderstorms on and off especially in the afternoon throughout the
vause has the space exploration team at sierra nevada corporation. one of four privately owned company in a nasa-supervised competition to design and build a successor to the space shuttle. >> and it is very much like the shuttle, but much, much, much smaller. >> reporter: dream chaser would be 1/40 the shuttle size, a sort of space taxi designed to carry up to seven astronauts, dock with the space station, and then return to earth. nasa's helping to fund the company. sierra nevada got $100 million in seed money. vause, a former nasa astronaut, went on five space missions. >> do you feel any sensation of motion there? >> reporter: i do. now he's helping sierra nevada develop a reusable winged spaceship that he says would do a better job of returning people and science experiments to earth. >> after six months on the space station, landing gently is much better than landing hard in a capsule. and for science return, if we return them to earth and it's not a gentle landing, we could destroy the science returning and it's of no use. >> reporter: but dream chasers competitors took a very d
the atmosphere in the sierra nevada as you look at the hd things shifted off to the nevada area and really quieted down here at least in california. but we had numerous thunderstorms developing from mammouth to south of lake tahoe. over 1700 lightning strike were reported. there was some hail and some rain accompanying that south lake tahoe saw isolated shower an hour or 2 ago. as we make plans for the weekend, about you are going to be seeing more of the thovrments temperatures rate now in the 50's for the north bay. also for san francisco. most of the rest of the bay area in the 60's apartment i don't care 71 rate now. coastal fog local inland mild to warm for the weekend. high clouds are heading in this weekend so the difference that you are going to see this weekend will be l sub tropical moisture moving our way. that's what setoff the thunderstorms in the sierra nevada and that continues to stream in. so really this has been the cut off today. sierra nevada seeing the thunderstorms developing and once again tomorrow afternoon and sunday afternoon we see the sierra storms firin
way to die. many the middle of the nevada desert over marijuana. >> october 2008, three booilgss were surveying streams and terrain in a remote part of northern nevada. >> here's our footprints right here. >> they walked three mills through a canyon when something eamidst the brown and gray desert stood out. >> there was a plant that caught my attention. it was extremely green, five or six feet tall and looked out of place. >> one of our co-workers said is this what i think it is? yeah it's marijuana. >> the men two of whom wished to remain unidentified thought little of it. a few feet further down they saw another plant. >> he said it looks like it was cut and placed there by somebody. i got a knot in my stomach. >> suddenly two armed men leapt up from behind sage brush. >> it was right here that the two men popped up a little to our left over here. >> they didn't say a word which made me more frightened. i could tell that they were hayes panic. >> i dropped my walking stick right here. we put our hands in the air. started saying no, no, no. and started speaking spanish and telling t
if you are headed to the sierra nevada. today in san bonito county, thunderstorms. we are looking at partly cloudy skies in livermore and gusty winds by the delta. 61 in antioch, 62 in oakland. looking at 59 half moon bay, 58 san francisco. sun coming up at about 6:11 this morning. coastal fog moving inland and we will look for that fog to clear throughout the afternoon. so some sunshine and mild temperatures around the bay. but it's going to be inland where we see the warmer weather. and then high clouds will be heading in throughout the weekend, especially in the south bay and along the monterey coast. so here's a look at the temperature profile. you notice the fog right out into the east bay. by 10:00, 11:00, it does clear. in fact we should see some sunshine at our beaches. but once again, just in our 60s there. some 70s around the bay and maybe 8s 0s in the inland valley. the west wind still with us. the sea breeze allowing for temperatures to stay pretty much a little bit below normal. so here's a look at some subtropical moisture that's rotating around. a big dominant area
enjoying sunshine and there is a wide range of temperatures. 60s at the coast. sierra nevada there is live doppler 7 hd. numerous lightning bolts here, we've been watching thunderstorms developing. some very strong over 900 lightning strikes reported. and we're going to see a repeat into the weekend. temperatures now here, into 60s at beaches and there are 80s inland. our highlights coastal fog locally inland. mild to warm for weekend. high clouds heading in the same subtropical moisture providing thunderstorms to the sierra nevada coming our way in the form of higher clouds. you can see it here. just moving in over the sierra nevada. and this is the area that will be seeing the thunderstorms developing over the weekend. from south lake tahoe to yosemite down towards las vegas this is going to be the case. it's monsoonal moisture getting repeated again on sunday. and some of the moisture is actually going to move its way out towards the san benito areas so isolated showers or thunderstorms may develop here. and sunday morning so if you're traveling to that area, on sunday just keep this in
. >> bob: can i give you political intelligence here. both of the two recipients are from nevada. now that is surprising, because they're the big gambling supporters and they are his senator. the third one -- >> why you are talk put the numbers up. >> bob: the appropriations chairman. each one of these, head of the appropriation committee and the two senators from the home state. now that is a big surprise. >> eric: wow, bob. >> bob: he gives his money to those people. >> eric: look at the difference. $304,000, $184,000, $126,000 and it drops from there. >> bob: of course it does! you made the point harry reid -- >> eric: reid benefiting from -- >> greg: the real story here is obama was supposed to be different. it turns out he's not. he is just another grad student with anti-capitalist tendencies. now you are hearing it for democrats. one thing i'm interested about his wife is really pro-obama. this has to be a great dinner tonight at home when he comes home from work. what are they going to talk about this she doesn't have to deal with the consequences, because she is married to a b
's not going to be a big threat. we will keep the storm activity into the sierra nevada and we will have more cool weather as we start a new month. here's a look at our fog picture. you will notice to the north and east bay, threw about 9:00 this morning, and then picking up on that you will notice we do peel back with the low clouds and look for in afternoon sun with high temperatures in the 80s in the warmest location. yesterday we saw some low 80s, anded today about the same. a few degrees cooler. for the time being it looks like we may get into some sun on the san mateo coast but that will be limited. the activity in terms of moisture well far into southeastern california. so that moisture up and around that area of high pressure, down around the desert and san diego. so looks like we won't have to worry about that threat locally. but in the sierra nevada we have the thunderstorms pop yesterday near reno and then again today, this afternoon the threat is likely for the moisture and maybe even some flooding from yosemite on southward. 86 there today. 78 tahoe with numbers in the mid-90s in
area. and that includes the sierra nevada. so we will look for the thunderstorm activity from the northern and southern sierra, in fact the flash flood watch throughout the day today. we saw the thunderstorms yesterday. so if you are traveling today or tomorrow, be aware of that. we can see some very heavy downpours from time to time in the mountains, the foothills. and by tomorrow, sunday, the focus shifts closer to home. really the south bay and portions of monterey. so not only is slight chance of a thunderstorm, but more likely the high clouds, the mid-level clouds and maybe the muggy feel to the air here as a piece of energy here drifts to the west. so this afternoon we will see more moisture in the sierra, the spine of the sierra so that's going to be the setup for the weekend. 98 in fresno. back home upper 70s to low 80s. 80 san jose. and san mateo 75. san francisco a little bit below average, about you with partly cloudy skies, 66. 60 the bay. and 72 san leandro and hayward and out over the hills we will see numbers warm into the upper 80s in pittsburgh today with 86 i
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